The following was found with the family documents up in the attic, on a folded scrap of paper that looked as if it had been torn from a book:
"Lix Tetrax is the demon of the wind in the Testament of Solomon. The term Lix is a Greek term referring to the earth, while Tetrax refers to a four-season year. The name has been identified with the Ephesian name connected to the wind found on a tablet from Crete.
Here, the demon describes his activities: "'I create divisions among men, I make whirlwinds, I start fires, I set fields on fire, and I make households non-functional. Usually, I carry on my activity in the summertime. If I get the chance, I slither in under the corners of houses during the night or day. I am the direct offspring of the Great One.'" - TSol 7:5
It is not known who the Great One is. It is speculated to be a reference to Beelzeboul or even to the goddess Artemis, who was known as "The Great" & referenced by TSol in a later passage."
The words "LIX TETRAX" were found carved into a tree at the site of the La Morte murders in 1862.